IG Report Leak Suggests that Comey’s Usefulness to Democrats Has Ended

IG Report Leak Suggests that Comey’s Usefulness to Democrats Has Ended

Former FBI Director James Comey better wrap up his book tour soon. Because his future as a free man looks bleak.

One of President Trump’s lawyers, Rudy Giuliani said that he thinks Comey could be prosecuted as a result of the IG report coming out. 

From The Hill:

“I think the report of Horowitz, the [inspector general], and the Justice Department will confirm that Comey acted improperly with regard to the Hillary Clinton investigation,” Giuliani said an interview with radio host John Catsimatidis.

“The first thing we are going to get is a report from Inspector General Horowitz on Comey’s handling of Hillary, which I think is going to be very very critical of Comey, as it should be,” Giuliani continued. “Comey, really, has a chance of being prosecuted as a result of, but we’ll see.”

So what exactly is in this IG report?

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Well first, you can bet if it was damaging to President Trump, this report would have more leaks than a room full of gonorrhea sufferers. So we can only guess that the IG report will be a scathing rebuke of the Left.

The release of the report is the supposed findings about the FBI’s probe into former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s emails during the 2016 election on June 14.

You recall that moment during the election right?

When new revelations emerged about Hillary Clintons mishandling of classified information on her basement email server, Comey was forced to make a statement.

Comey sent a letter to Congress on Oct. 28 saying the FBI had recovered thousands of emails in an unrelated probe and was reopening its investigation into whether Clinton may have mishandled classified information.

He said that in reviewing the new information provided to the FBI and being that it was 8 days out from election day, it would take longer then the election date. Meaning, if Clinton was elected president the investigation would still be going on.

Oddly enough, after this statement a week later Comey said they reviewed the thousands of emails, an impossibility. Comey’s conclusion? Nothing to see.

Although the FBI disclosed a week later that the investigation had found no wrongdoing by Clinton, and that no charges were warranted, Clinton and her supporters have blamed Comey’s disclosure for tilting the election in Donald Trump’s favor.

Most Americans were outraged once again at Comey and his lies.

Comey had done what he was put in place to do. He pretended to review information, when he knew the outcome. His bosses told him to make Hillary Clinton “not guilty” and that’s exactly what Comey instructed the FBI to do.

The IG report will validate what we already know. Comey is a Deep State swamp rat of the highest order. He ran the most corrupt FBI in American history.

The draft report soon to be released has been more than a year in the making, with the Justice Department launching its investigation into the matter in January 2017, about a week before Trump took office.

Additionally Trump tweeted about the report and warned of the delays in trying to make the report “weaker”

So the only “leak” we’ve received is telling. And I bet Comey got the message.

Because if this indeed constitutes a leak, then I suggest that some high-ranking Democrats decided that Comey’s usefulness to the regime has ended.

Outside of the occasional cryptic tweet, Comey pretty much keeps his head down.

If we really want to know what’s up we could follow his “book tour”, which seems to be on life-support. Or we could see if he’s still got that cushy job teaching “ethics”.

Something tells me that neither gig is good news for the criminal cleaner for the Clintons and Obama.

 

 

 

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